F1 Monaco GP: Charles Leclerc taking FP2 session, FP3 coming: Follow Live

F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari pair Charles Leclerc and Carlos Senz dominate: The Ferrari pairing of Charles Leclerc and Carlos Senge still dominated the Monaco GP after taking 1-2 positions in the FP2 session. Red Bull’s Sergio Perez is third and Max Verstappen is fourth. After a bad FP2 session, Mercedes has clearly outperformed. Follow the Formula 1 live update and Monaco GP Live on InsideSport.IN.

Charles Leclerc, who took FP1 in Monaco, also maintained his dominance after taking FP2 sessions in Monte Carlo. He looked comfortable and confident while driving his F1-75 Challenger on the streets of Monaco.

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F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari pair Charles Leclerc and Carlos Senz continue to dominate, taking a strong position on the charts after overtaking Red Bull Mercedes

He was second only to Carlos Sange in the Ferrari Monte Carlo 1-2 position. Red Bull’s Sergio Perez is in third place, followed by Max Verstappen in fourth. Both title contenders locked out the first four positions after the FP2 session ended.

Lando Norris again had a great outing as he was in fifth position. McLaren will be really pleased with their performance today and will see improvement from here on out. Mercedes’ George Russell had to settle for sixth as Pierre Gasley finished seventh.

F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari pair Charles Leclerc and Carlos Senz continue to dominate, taking a strong position on the charts after overtaking Red Bull Mercedes
F1 Monaco GP: FP2 classification of Monaco GP.

Fernando Alonso had a good day at the office as he finished eighth. He followed Sebastian Vettel in ninth place because both veterans felt comfortable driving on the track. Yuki Sunoda was determined to finish tenth overall.

F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari pair Charles Leclerc and Carlos Senz continue to dominate, taking a strong position on the charts after overtaking Red Bull Mercedes

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Hussein Kevin Magnussen had a great outing as he finished in the eleventh position after not racing so well last time in Barcelona. Lewis Hamilton was in twelfth place due to Mercedes fighting overall today.

After missing the FP1 session due to a gearbox problem, Valtteri Bottas took the thirteenth position and went to the FP3 session to watch the build from here. Alex Alban had to stay in 14th position and follow Guanieu Jhoke in 15th position.

Aston Martin’s Lance Stroll is 16th and Mick Schumacher is 17th. Esteban Oakon was 18th and Nicolas Latifi 19th when driving for the Alpine.

Last but not least, Daniel Ricciardo crashed in the opening minutes of the FP2 session and was the only driver who retired from the session. In the process, he has damaged his front but will see a strong outing in the FP3 session tomorrow.

F1 Monaco GP: Ferrari pair Charles Leclerc and Carlos Senz continue to dominate, taking a strong position on the charts after overtaking Red Bull Mercedes

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